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Professionally Speaking

The power of education

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Recently was asked how many words i’ve written while prolifically blogging for 11 consecutive years. At a conservative estimate of 100 words per post, over 2-million words.

Want to feel strong?

Try the power of education.

What?

Educate yourself.

If necessary, take classes.

Otherwise, observe, listen, read, teach, dream, and, write like you mean it.

Tend to your personal vibrancy.

Your mind is one-fifth of the balance equation.

Educate yourself in a balanced way.

And never take your confidence, gratitude, and servitude for granted.

To be confident and grateful, yet not serve others by teaching them through your example – this is true slavery.

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If Disney Ran Your Life

Leading yourself?

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To sleep here 15 days in a Summer of 90 days is absurdly over-focused. No electricity, no running water, no heat (nights in 40’s), no wifi, spotty cell signal, pit toilet.

Leading yourself?

If you’ve been habitually over-focused on your personal and professional development, you are not panicked right now.

Why?

Because the chaos the world is experiencing is normal for you.

You are always experiencing things that are uncertain, taking risks others could take, but never do.

You have already lived with deep fear and even deeper doubt. You’ve failed, learned, and improved. Over and over.

It’s part of your DNA – being comfortable being uncomfortable.

When you quit your job to start your business, you made do with limited resources, uncertain conditions and outcomes, as well as the psychological trauma of probably losing it all. Odds overwhelming do not favor startups.

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Could This Change Your Life?

Act as if

Speaker sizzle videos are on the way.

Act as if.

As if what?

Act as if you already have what you desire.

You can’t or you won’t?

Personal leadership 101:

Envision a future that’s not only better than now, but much better.

In this case, it’s not your company’s future, it’s your personal future.

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Being Brave

Personal leadership as CEO of You, Inc

The juxtaposition between Glacier and Sanibel is remarkable.

Same planet.

Same Country.

Remarkably different landscapes.

Same with Family members.

Same blood.

Remarkably different personalities.

Some are inspiring.

Some illicit fear from unpredictability.

As CEO of You, Inc, always bring the best version of yourself to every encounter.

May the Universe send you everything good your way this holiday season.

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Being Brave

Know thy purpose

Speaking of a ticking clock…Yesterday, November 8, at Lowes Home Improvement store. Corporate goals mostly revolve around profit, not purpose.

Know thy purpose.

To thine own self be true.

But what about societal and family pressure to fit in and not rock the boat?

Is what you are doing good, decent, and doesn’t cause anyone to do anything against their will?

Then you are a free person.

Tradition has its place. We must never forget that tradition evolves. Tradition has always evolved. We forget this. You, my friend, may be modifying tradition in a way that makes more sense than older or existing traditions.

Making things better is a great tradition to carry on.

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